Posts from the Controls category

For the Impera Uniform, Form Follows Function

The phrase “form follows function” was coined in 1896 by Louis Sullivan, a renowned American architect and a “father of skyscrapers.” While best known for commercial-building architecture, his form-follows-function design principle evolved over time to also guide designers in many industries, including today’s consumer electronics and professional audiovisual products. Think of Apple’s iPod, introduced in…

Best Practices for Touchscreen UI Design

A great touchscreen user interface (UI) should be operationally seamless — but poor design elements can’t be ignored. Here are some tips for creating streamlined and superior user interfaces. A well-designed touchscreen UI should be: Pragmatic The control interface should be designed with its users’ needs in mind. It doesn’t matter how beautiful the interface…

Cable Management 101: Corralling the Chaos

A big tangle of cables in a meeting room wastes time, looks unsightly and can cause accidents. Here’s how to fix it. You walk into a conference room five minutes before your meeting’s scheduled start. Plenty of time to prepare and set things up, you think. But you forgot one small detail—the room is always…

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